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grill, stuck up on plastic cups, and get the footballs and frisbee is out of the garage. the ravens season awaits in the wings. and byrd land is all aflutter with the pennant race at camden yards. a massive sports weekend here in baltimore. we are live at oriole park, where the orioles unfortunately give up their first place standard. >> it is a purple and orange friday. this weekend marks the beginning of what should be a really fun fall. >> there is orange and purple. baltimore is on fire. it is exciting. >> i am definitely in overload. i am loving it. >> from the yard to the bank. for the first time in 15 years,
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baltimore sports teams have two teams to care about in september. >> it is the best time right now. it is the best baseball has been in my lifetime. >> it is all i can think about. >> the ravens several the lately, as purple friday has become a tradition. with the orioles pushing for the playoffs, city hall was lit up orange. so was the mission building. who are you more excited about? >> it is a tossup. we finally got some orioles success. this will be a great night at the ballpark. >> it has been 10, 15 years since we have done this well. it is great. finally we are in first place. >> orange and purple might not be the most fashionable combo. check out the colorful kicks of item jones. would you rather have a raven super bowl or an orioles world series? >> let us take both.
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>> my grandbaby is to the last night of the world series. i hope i get both. how about that? >> i like that. if the bad news is the yankees and one tonight. the good news is 40,000 people packed camden yards. most of them who were our fans. >> that is good news. what are you more excited about this weekend? grab your cell phone and send a text 288509. -- to 88509. text a if you are more excited about the nfl season. text b if you are more excited about a pennant race. standard text messaging rights applied. an amazing run by the orioles. still strong for the man who defined purple pride.
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the sons of art modell expressed their father's love for the city of baltimore. facebook publicly for the first time since their father, the original owner of the orioles, passed away. the modell suns talked about how much their father cared for baltimore, and the people who live here. >> we know that opp -- that poppy have an incredible love affair with baltimore, and baltimore had a love affair with my father. >> art modell passed away once the morning. the nfl has called on all teams to honor our mondo before this weekend's games. there will be a public to view tomorrow at the stadium, from 11 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. fans can come and pay their respects. that is tomorrow at the stadium. parking for the tribute is free.
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tonight, a ravens linebacker is responding again to a lecture by a maryland delegate and it burns to the ravens honor. -- emmett burns to the ravens owner. the letter read, "many football supporters and constituents are aghast that a member of the ravens football team would step into this controversial divide and try to sway public opinion one way or another." today, he had some burns on twitter, saying, "football is just my job, not who i am. i am an american before anything. like every american, i have the right to speak." if you would like to read what the around the league editors of the nfl had to say, and you can go to the baltimore city police department gathered to honor an
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officer who died while on duty. funeral services were held at the cathedral. officer taylor was on route to a call when his car collided with another vehicle back in february. he died last week from his injuries. >> he was a testament and an example of what it takes to have a dedicated career. 17 years. he is the example of commitment. >> officer taylor was laid to rest in his home town of annapolis. he leaves behind a wife and two young children. the co-owner of [indiscernible] the h stands for harry, the s for steve. it has grown into one of the largest bakeries on the east coast, and it is still family owned and operated.
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he was 93 years old. voters will decide in november whether to this -- whether to expand the state's gambling program. tv advertisements have bombarded the airwaves, chock full of claims. we have a fact check. >> they make lots of promises. >> the tv advertising war it is costly, contentious, and full of misleading claims. this ad opposes adding a sixth gambling site in the state. >> millions of dollars for new teachers -- >> but there is not an obligation to use the revenue for classrooms. >> and duckling is misleading. -- that is misleading. 48.9% of proceeds and 20% of table game money go to the education trust fund. gambling dollars could replace
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general fund money earmarked for education, freeing it up to be used for other things. so far, slots revenues have not met anticipations. this is not a budget adoption in 2013. >> thousands of good-paying jobs. >> "we have heard the promise before" is based on a complaint by minority contractors in 2008. the concern had nothing to do with high-paying jobs, but the fact that local minority contractors did not get much of the work. this ad, supporting expanded gambling, job claims are exaggerated. >> 4000 permanent good-paying jobs. >> the estimate -- a total of 2240 full and part-time permanent jobs, not 4000. 2/3 will be held by dealers, earning $25,000. fact of house employees may make
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slightly more. only 10% may earn $43,000 to 73 southern -- $72,000. the claim that cupping casinos subsidies -- a shift responsibility for machine ownership from the state to casino operators. the bill gives a tax break to help them do that. millions are being spent, because fortune stand to be gained or lost if current predictions about oversaturation who come true. hollywood casino in cecil county is losing business to maryland live in an era bell. -- and around zero. -- in anne arundel. and brown has not been broken on another casino. >> investigations over whether five high school football players from maryland hired
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prostitutes to come to their hotel. they say five high school players from maryland are accused of having prostitutes after -- of hiring prostitutes. the student athletes have been removed from the team. two of the students have withdrawn from the school, while two and others are facing expulsion, and the fifth faces a disciplinary hearing. more than 4,500th motorists -- for 500 madras roads past school buses -- more than 4500 motorists drove past school buses in one day. police say they are committed to tracking down motorists to break the law. >> we have continued commitment to the safety of children as they get to school and come home from school. when one drivers to know that we will be watching.
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they will not know where, but we will be following buses and in forcing violations. >> offenders face a $570 fine and a three-point penalty on their license. continuing on the road to recovery, despite being shot in the school cafeteria a week ago. the 17-year-old had a lot of support. there was a special happy hour, at a restaurant and bar, a benefit fund-raiser for the student. and there was a draft beer, music, and ruffles. the mother who put together the event said she just had to do something. >> this is all about daniel. an innocent young man who was just a victim, an innocent victim of all that. >> if you could not make it to gunpowder today but would like to make a donation, you can call the lodge.
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your contribution will be sent to the family. u.s. education secretary are neat duncan -- arnie duncan awarded a blue ribbon, to six local elementary schools, including woodhome and rachell carson, white hall, and others. four parochial schools also received the special designation. they include some of the agusta -- st. augusta. coming up next to a coat it gives the opportunity to have a huge contribution to a product. >> a new type of laundry detergent could pose a serious health hazard for young children.
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plus, an amazing day for a parlor indian and war veterans. -- a paralympian and war veteran. >> you think you can pump up a crowd at better than reagan superstar ray lewis? details on an interactive contest. contest. >> a cold front could
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>> main -- a new product is causing a hazard to small children. laundry detergent pods end up in thousands of kids' mouths.
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the products could have serious consequences. >> the bright, colorful pockets are the perfect size to get the attention of little ones. health experts warn that is exactly the problem. >> they are small and brightly colored. they look like candy. >> the american association of poison is reporting 3000 cases of kids swallowing detergent this year. that breaks down to nearly 13 reported cases a day, nationwide. across the nation and in maryland, the cases increased when advertising pick up in may. >> it is concentrated detergent in the first place. >> if he directed -- a pediatric director explains the symptoms and dehydration and respiratory issues are more severe with
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these than with other household objects. >> with powders, and they may get them on their hands and get them in their mouths. but here is a huge concentration of product in one product kids can pop into their mouths. >> doctors to treat symptoms with ivies. in many patients, patients and up with intensive care. the university of maryland poison center has tried nine cases in the state since january 1, an average of one case per month. doctors and hospitals are not required to report cases, so the numbers could be higher. >> it is definitely on our radar. we are definitely on the lookout. >> in baltimore county, wbal. >> one year ago today, the man ran first in the world among the swimmers was unable to see for
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the first time. he marked it with another gold medal in london today. and lieutenant snyder lost his sight last year after stepping on an improvised explosive device in afghanistan. the september 7, 2011. tonight in london, he placed in his third medal in the olympics, in the men's 400 meter freestyle. he has an individual race tomorrow. he grudge with from the naval academy in 2006, and was captain of the midshipmen swim team his senior year. >> now, your forecast. >> keeping the rain away from camden yards today, but it may be a different story tomorrow. up in northern hartford county, and in the weekend, crossing the
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susquehanna. a couple of isolated cells came through northern frederick. officially, and bwi marshall, nothing. we hold at .81 so far for the month, they little below normal. it was 88 to date. the average is only 81. the record is in triple digits, in 1981. 75 down at the coast. warm and muggy conditions cover most of the state, but cooler temperatures are coming our way. minnesota has dropped to 48 degrees. that fall-like air mass is moving in our direction. but the front is colliding with muggy air to the east, producing
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a heavy line of showers and storms will have to get through. the front is marching into northwestern pennsylvania right now, and will arrive in baltimore tomorrow evening. strong storms, and behind it, cool air. the second half of the weekend, it will be a lot different. we start on the warm side of it. hop -- hot and breezy until the late afternoon. from 5:00 until 6:00 or 7:00, it will approach the western end of the bay. hamas -- but the line of thunderstorms could be strong tomorrow. isolated storms now just about done. scalise mostly clear. during the day tomorrow, 83 to 88. it will be quite gusty. keep a close eye on the sky. small craft advisory.
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strong southerly winds. the possibility of a thunderstorm. highs on sunday only in the 60's. lows around the 40's, sunday night into monday morning. eastern shore, watch for storms to cross the bay in the evening. nice weather will return sunday. ocean city, storms in the evening. the thunder should clear up, but it will be a little on the breezy side. lesley is a tropical storm. it is expected to bypass bermuda to the east. it may become a capital one hurricane as it moves east. the rendezvous off newfoundland sometime next week. the tropical systems merge in the north atlantic. a cold front tomorrow, with thunderstorms in the evening. very nice weather sunday. beautiful conditions for football on monday. >> the orioles are going for first place in the east.
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>> from the susquehanna and bank sports center, this is 11 sports. >> serious high drama last night at oriole park in camden yards. the orioles to a game 1 of a critical for game set to draw even with the yankees in the american league east.
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and there are 24 games to go in the regular season. orioles fans wondered what they could do for an encore. 40,000 plus watching baseball in downtown baltimore. already 5-0, yankees. this is alex rodriguez with a 2 run bomb. the bottom of the sixth, and your item jones. into the baltimore night. a three run home run. we have a ball game. it is 8-4, new york. nate mcclouth robbed swisher of a home run. they did not go quietly in the ninth inning. machado, a solo shot. soriano on the mound to close it out. he sliced out robert andino to end the game.
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>> there bullpen came in and did a good job. there was a lot of energy there again. the fans were great. disappointed we could not return the favor. >> an updated look at the a.l. east standings. the orioles are a game back. baltimore is still in postseason position in the wild-card standings. in less than 72 hours, monday night football. it is not just any game. it is a big interleague matchup at home against a playoff career. the ravens have been consistent winners, but some believe the offense will be high powered, with smith and nelson in the prime of their career. some believe that without suggs,
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the offense has to be better. the offense is looking to set the tone early. >> we want to get out to a fast start. that is one of the expectations. not only in the season, but a fast start in the game. you want to be a great team at the finish. >> to tennis, the u.s. open. semifinal action between sirena williams and her opponent. a backhand winner in the corner. to the second set, more of the same. gets a lead with an unforced error. matchpoint, serena delivers and ace. she take the second set 6-2. she will go for a grand slam title against victoria azarenka. anncr: this casino's in west virginia.
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but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative... services, hundreds of millions for our schools. while saving taxpayer money by cutting casino subsidies.
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question seven. good jobs and better schools in maryland. not west virginia.
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>> serious-looking storms on the map. >> the fund goes through tomorrow afternoon from 5:00 to 8:00 in the evening, from west to east. hopefully, we will get some baseball in. sunday looks gorgeous. monday, for ravens football, could look much better. highs in the 70's and lows in the 50's. >> we gear up to the monday night's season opener. under armor is encouraging plans to take on ray lewis and his famous peptalks. >> can you out do re lewis? >> we must protect this house. >> that was impressive. all you have to do is up load a video recorded with yourself on,
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imitating some of his most infamous speeches. the winner will receive free tickets to the ravens game and the opportunity to meet the master motivator during the pre- game. "you know who could do it? jennifer. >> without any question. i do not know if we could hold a candle to jennifer. no question whatsoever. >> you could do the dance. >> prior to the hip surgery, i would say yes. after that, i do not know. thank you for joining us.
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